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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1161687 times)
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April 23, 2018, 12:40:24 PM
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Any new exchanges yet? or still only cryptobridge..... 

Cryptobridge looks the most reliably until that, to the rest of the I am skeptical, need a a new the good proven exchange and will us happiness.

It is not about "good exchanges". Those "good" big exchanges are just greedy as hell. They want hundreds thousands US dollars to get coin listed, or some massive airdrops to their hands etc. So if there is nobody from RVN willing to pay this, there is little change that this coin will get added to bittrex and so on. Only smaller exchanges with cheaper prices have them. Now you can understand, how "quality" are all those ICOs being listed in big exchanges very soon.. They just pay the price,  pump the price and devs abandons in golden lamborghinis
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April 23, 2018, 05:28:17 PM
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Ravencoin Miner: an optimized open source miner created specifically for Ravencoin.
v2.6
Improvements to poolside hash rate stability (recommended to use lower than normal stratum difficulty)
Difficulty recommendation:
d=Hashrate/2
d=Hashrate/3
Improvements to all hash functions
Improved power efficiency
https://github.com/Ravencoin-Miner/Ravencoin/releases
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April 23, 2018, 07:42:13 PM
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do you have nevermore-pa/0.2.2  download link?
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April 23, 2018, 07:49:37 PM
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Any new exchanges yet? or still only cryptobridge..... 

If someone can answer these questions the listing can be free.  No guarantees but there is a lot of volume

https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/

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April 23, 2018, 08:52:00 PM
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I have just started mining Ravencoin with SGminer (by Brianmct) and I was wondering if anyone can share their 580 stat's.  I have searched the forum but I could not find a 580 reference.   Since the algo is constantly changing how do you tune and compare ?
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April 23, 2018, 08:56:11 PM
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I have just started mining Ravencoin with SGminer (by Brianmct) and I was wondering if anyone can share their 580 stat's.  I have searched the forum but I could not find a 580 reference.   Since the algo is constantly changing how do you tune and compare ?

ok - I get 4.9 Mh/s on 6F6E8FCCE0E4CBAB Huh
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April 23, 2018, 08:58:24 PM
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I have just started mining Ravencoin with SGminer (by Brianmct) and I was wondering if anyone can share their 580 stat's.  I have searched the forum but I could not find a 580 reference.   Since the algo is constantly changing how do you tune and compare ?

ok - I get 4.9 Mh/s on 6F6E8FCCE0E4CBAB Huh


7.8 Mh/s on [21:57:30] Accepted 25684e51 Diff 6.843/5.449 GPU 1
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April 23, 2018, 09:00:03 PM
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I have just started mining Ravencoin with SGminer (by Brianmct) and I was wondering if anyone can share their 580 stat's.  I have searched the forum but I could not find a 580 reference.   Since the algo is constantly changing how do you tune and compare ?

ok - I get 4.9 Mh/s on 6F6E8FCCE0E4CBAB Huh


7.8 Mh/s on [21:57:30] Accepted 25684e51 Diff 6.843/5.449 GPU 1

So, do you just run for 10 minutes and look at the average...this could get very tedious....
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April 23, 2018, 09:30:57 PM
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Hi All,

I have a few questions regarding mining fees for Z-enemy miner 1.08.  The fee is clearly stated as being 1% or 1 minute of mining for every 100 minutes. 

Due to pure random chance I happened to observe the mining fee period and I saw the following:

15:52:29  Mining Some Dev Fee
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Bunch of hash order commands
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15:55:05 Done Mining Dev Fee

The 1% fee in this instance appeared to take ~2.5 minutes.  It might actually be a 1% fee but it might have an impact on mining of 2.5%. 

But maybe the mining period is not literally 1 minute every 100 minutes.  If it was 2 minutes every 200 minutes then there wouldn't be as much impact on mining if the mining duration is 2.5 minutes.

  • How long does it normally take to mine the 1% fee?
  • Is 2.5 minutes for 1% a typical duration?
  • Is this how all Ravencoin miners work if they have a fee?
  • What do others see when using this miner during the fee mining period?

Don't let my questions indicate I don't like this miner or the fact that it has a fee.  It appears to be quite fast and if the speed difference is significant (which I think it is) the fee is worth it.  I just want to have the appropriate expectations especially when comparing a miner with a fee versus a miner that does not have a fee.   

Your insight is appreciated.


Thanks!



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April 23, 2018, 11:01:21 PM
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I too felt that there was an anomaly in the 1% fee being charged.  A review of my payout minutes revealed the following over a random 12 hour period:

Minute 43,44,46,44,47,47,44,47,48,49, 50 and 50   Total minutes 60 X 12 = 720 minutes X 1% = 7.2 minutes.

After doing the math it seems close enough.  Not nearly as wrong as I first thought.
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April 23, 2018, 11:23:12 PM
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hello.

i just want to introduce my new mining pool i am working really hard on it,
anyway if you are interested you can start mining right now there is available RVN and PGN right now more and more new coins will be added soon.

http://www.frrsan.com/

Best Regard,
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April 24, 2018, 12:09:05 AM
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Greetings RVN group,

I just started mining RVN on Enemy 1.08 this Saturday and everything was fine until today when the miner went down. I wasnt able to get to the miner until a couple hours later.  I got a message on the screen that said windows had a problem and stopped the program from running. I'm new to mining and didn't think much of it and started the program backup again. About 30-45mins later...same problem. So now i have it back up and seems to be running fine. Has anyone else had this problem? Ill post a picture of the message if and when it happens again.

Nate
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April 24, 2018, 12:43:02 AM
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Greetings RVN group,

I just started mining RVN on Enemy 1.08 this Saturday and everything was fine until today when the miner went down. I wasnt able to get to the miner until a couple hours later.  I got a message on the screen that said windows had a problem and stopped the program from running. I'm new to mining and didn't think much of it and started the program backup again. About 30-45mins later...same problem. So now i have it back up and seems to be running fine. Has anyone else had this problem? Ill post a picture of the message if and when it happens again.

Nate

Hi Nate and welcome.
Try going into Windows Defender. See if it is picking up your miner as a virus or threat. If it is, clear it as ok.
Let us know.

Well then suddenly there was no one left standing in the hall....
Of a nightbird singing "come away come away"
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April 24, 2018, 01:09:31 AM
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Greetings RVN group,

I just started mining RVN on Enemy 1.08 this Saturday and everything was fine until today when the miner went down. I wasnt able to get to the miner until a couple hours later.  I got a message on the screen that said windows had a problem and stopped the program from running. I'm new to mining and didn't think much of it and started the program backup again. About 30-45mins later...same problem. So now i have it back up and seems to be running fine. Has anyone else had this problem? Ill post a picture of the message if and when it happens again.

Nate

Hi Nate and welcome.
Try going into Windows Defender. See if it is picking up your miner as a virus or threat. If it is, clear it as ok.
Let us know.


Thank you for the recommendation, I checked the Defender and apparently it doesn't se it a threat. But while i was eating dinner Windows decided to freeze up, mouse wouldn't move, keyboard did nothing, and the miner program was froze...However this time No message from windows. But that maybe because I caught it early. I turned down my OC settings from +100core and +500memory to +85 and +485, i didnt mention it before becuase I was told by a friend whom has more experience with mining that +100 and +500 is a starting point and to go up from there to get the most out of the GPU's. Currently im running 4 - 1080ti Aorus....just checked the Hash....96Mh/s...wow thats higher then before...average was 73 - 75Mh/s
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April 24, 2018, 01:14:51 AM
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Angry Angry
Greetings RVN group,

I just started mining RVN on Enemy 1.08 this Saturday and everything was fine until today when the miner went down. I wasnt able to get to the miner until a couple hours later.  I got a message on the screen that said windows had a problem and stopped the program from running. I'm new to mining and didn't think much of it and started the program backup again. About 30-45mins later...same problem. So now i have it back up and seems to be running fine. Has anyone else had this problem? Ill post a picture of the message if and when it happens again.

Nate

Hi Nate and welcome.
Try going into Windows Defender. See if it is picking up your miner as a virus or threat. If it is, clear it as ok.
Let us know.


Thank you for the recommendation, I checked the Defender and apparently it doesn't se it a threat. But while i was eating dinner Windows decided to freeze up, mouse wouldn't move, keyboard did nothing, and the miner program was froze...However this time No message from windows. But that maybe because I caught it early. I turned down my OC settings from +100core and +500memory, i didnt mention it before becuase I was told by a friend whom has more experience with mining that +100 and +500 are a starting point and to go up from there to get the most out of the GPU's. Currently im running 4 - 1080ti Aorus.

What PL%?
I see it - 85%? Try running with min or no OC.
Also, check out this test goin on right now with 1080TIs https://ravenforum.org/topic/32/enemy-1-08-various-settings-test-results/2

Well then suddenly there was no one left standing in the hall....
Of a nightbird singing "come away come away"
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April 24, 2018, 01:21:12 AM
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Angry Angry
Greetings RVN group,

I just started mining RVN on Enemy 1.08 this Saturday and everything was fine until today when the miner went down. I wasnt able to get to the miner until a couple hours later.  I got a message on the screen that said windows had a problem and stopped the program from running. I'm new to mining and didn't think much of it and started the program backup again. About 30-45mins later...same problem. So now i have it back up and seems to be running fine. Has anyone else had this problem? Ill post a picture of the message if and when it happens again.

Nate

Hi Nate and welcome.
Try going into Windows Defender. See if it is picking up your miner as a virus or threat. If it is, clear it as ok.
Let us know.


Thank you for the recommendation, I checked the Defender and apparently it doesn't se it a threat. But while i was eating dinner Windows decided to freeze up, mouse wouldn't move, keyboard did nothing, and the miner program was froze...However this time No message from windows. But that maybe because I caught it early. I turned down my OC settings from +100core and +500memory, i didnt mention it before becuase I was told by a friend whom has more experience with mining that +100 and +500 are a starting point and to go up from there to get the most out of the GPU's. Currently im running 4 - 1080ti Aorus.

What PL%?
I see it - 85%? Try running with min or no OC.
Also, check out this test goin on right now with 1080TIs https://ravenforum.org/topic/32/enemy-1-08-various-settings-test-results/2

I turned down the OC...Im going to see if it stabilizes if not ill turn off OC and see what happens....*crosses fingers*
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April 24, 2018, 01:28:12 AM
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I tried checking out www.ravenforum.org...seems like the site is down...it wont load up for me  Undecided
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April 24, 2018, 01:36:21 AM
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ANN activity slows down
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April 24, 2018, 02:24:43 AM
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I tried checking out www.ravenforum.org...seems like the site is down...it wont load up for me  Undecided

I've re-linked it. This guy on Ravenforum runs interesting tests.
https://ravenforum.org/topic/32/enemy-1-08-various-settings-test-results

From his test:
Enemy 1.08 various settings - Test Results

For this test: I used a single 12 GPU 1080Ti rig on Windows split into three mining instances. All three mining instances were balanced to get as close to the same hash rate as possible. Each mining instance is running at the same time on the same machine on the same pool .

The instances/rig are managed by Awesome Miner, which restarts the miners for various reasons, based on rules I set.

Static pool diff set to 66, miner intensity set to 21

The plan is to do three rounds of testing, each round lasting approximately 8-12hrs, at the conclusion of each round I'll rotate the miner to a new instance, until each miner has had a chance to run on each instance. I'll also normalize the results to averaged blocks found per round.

Miner details:
Enemy 1.08 - 1% dev fee

Round 1 - 131 Blocks Found - Duration: 720 minutes (one restart for "80% TDP / +250 mem")

[Instance 1] Normalized: 147.40 RVN / Raw: 155.72 RVN - (80% TDP / No overclock) Pool Link
[Instance 2] Normalized: 142.50 RVN / Raw: 150.54 RVN - (80% TDP / +250 mem) Pool Link
[Instance 3] Normalized: 152.37 RVN / Raw: 160.97 RVN - (100% TDP / +250 mem) Pool Link

    Notes: I'm not sure why, but (80% TDP / +250 mem) generally had the largest deviation between miner reported hash rate and pool reported hash. Miner reported hash rate for all three instance tended to be very close, with less than a 10% spread (typically ~5%) from high/low.

Round 2 - 112 Blocks Found - Duration: 671 minutes (No Restarts)

[Instance 1] Normalized: 157.09 RVN / Raw: 141.89 RVN - (100% TDP / +250 mem) Pool Link
[Instance 2] Normalized: 146.90 RVN / Raw: 132.68 RVN - (80% TDP / No overclock) Pool Link
[Instance 3] Normalized: 145.39 RVN / Raw: 131.32 RVN - (80% TDP / +250 mem) Pool Link

Round 3 - 129 Blocks Found - Duration: 633 minutes (No Restarts)

[Instance 1] Normalized: 139.23 RVN / Raw: 144.84 RVN - (80% TDP / +250 mem) Pool Link
[Instance 2] Normalized: 143.31 RVN / Raw: 149.09 RVN - (100% TDP / +250 mem) Pool Link
[Instance 3] Normalized: 133.23 RVN / Raw: 138.60 RVN - (80% TDP / No overclock) Pool Link

Normalized Average Results

#1 - 150.92 RVN (100% TDP / +250 mem)
#2 - 142.51 RVN (80% TDP / No overclock) [ -5.58% ]
#3 - 142.37 RVN (80% TDP / +250 mem) [ -5.67% ]

Raw Average Results

#1 - 150.65 RVN (100% TDP / +250 mem)
#2 - 142.33 RVN (80% TDP / No overclock) [ -5.52% ]
#3 - 142.23 RVN (80% TDP / +250 mem) [ -5.59% ]


Well then suddenly there was no one left standing in the hall....
Of a nightbird singing "come away come away"
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April 24, 2018, 02:35:06 AM
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I turned down the OC...Im going to see if it stabilizes if not ill turn off OC and see what happens....*crosses fingers*

You can see from the tests above, your TDP is more important than OC.
I'm running my own little test with my 5 rigs - 26 1070Ti's Seeing the difference between 75%, no OC; 75% +150+200; and 85%,+150,+200. In each case I'm running 12hours and looking at the Avg Hash Rate from the mining pool (Virtopia). So far at 75% - OC added almost no increase. 85% is half way through and is up slightly. But it doesn't look like the extra electrical draw and ware/tear on the GPU is going to be worth the small increase. I'll see in a few hours.

Well then suddenly there was no one left standing in the hall....
Of a nightbird singing "come away come away"
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